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Maglic Mountain: Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Highest Peak

Maglic Mountain arises on the south-east of Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the border with Montenegro. Although on the first glimpse, Bosnian Maglic looks higher, it is 10 meters lower than the top of Maglic in Montenegro.  With its 2386 m/ASL Bosnian Maglic is the highest peak in Bosnia and Herzegovina.This mountain is part of the hundreds of kilometers long mountain range of Dinaric Alps in the Southern and Southeastern Europe. The new long-distanc ...


Via Dinarica Bosnia: Story from a hike to Lukomir

In the summer of 2016, all 350 km of Bosnia and Herzegovina's segment of White Trail was officially open. That meant thru-hikers all over the world had a green light to explore off beaten paths of Via Dinarica in Bosnia. The year 2016 was the year when first hikers came to backpack the entire 1,260 km of the White Trail from Slovenia to Albania or vice versa. Four years later, locals see many benefits of Via Dinarica, and there are more and mo ...


Via Dinarica Lelija Mountain (Bosnia)

Via Dinarica traverses across Lelija Mountain to Zelengora and enters into the Sutjeska National Park. The stage across Lelija and stage through the national park are the last stages of the Via Dinarica trail in Bosnia.Walkthrough dense forest and paths of wild blueberries, and climb up the steep hillside to get atop Lelija Mountain. And enjoy vistas that will steal your heart.Here you will find all information you need for the hike across Lelija ...


Ciro Trail Sarajevo: Walk on the old Austro-Hungarian railway line

Abandoned railway line of the Ciro train, known today as Ciro Trail Sarajevo - Pale is today used by hikers and cyclists. Ciro is the name of a famous Austro-Hungarian steam train from the 20th century. It transported passengers daily on a narrow-gauge railway line connecting today's Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Croatia. One of Ciro lines went from Sarajevo to Višegrad and Dobrun settlement, which is located near the border with Serb ...


The Waterfall Crni Vir in Herzegovina – Wild Swimming Spot

If you like spending time in nature, but not eager to walk a lot then visit Crni Vir Waterfall is perfect for you. This 300 meters high cascading waterfall is quite unknown, even among many Bosnian citizens. Bosnia and Herzegovina isn't that big country, but it is full of natural wonders. It is rich with dense forests, numerous rivers, lakes, and beautiful wild mountains. The most of these extraordinary places are still mysteries waiting to ...


Unusual Attraction in Bosnia: Sand Pyramids!

Would you like to see an unusual attraction in Bosnia that is not touristy?Bosnia and Herzegovina has many non-touristy, cool, and hidden attractions that you should put on your bucket list.We would recommend you one place that even many locals don't know it exists - The Sand Pyramids in eastern Bosnia, close to the Sutjeska National Park, and a border with Montenegro.The Sand Pyramids are an interesting geomorphological phenomenon that is unique ...

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